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The Number of Banking Vessels, Shallops,
Skiffs, fishermen &Ca. employed this Season 1800
in the fishery in each of the Harbours &Ca.
in the District of Ferryland.

An effort has been made to transcribe this manuscript retaining the spelling and format of the original document, hence some
words may appear to be spelled incorrectly. For an explanation of unfamiliar words and abbreviations, see the Glossary

Click on the links of the transcribed summary page to access the pages for each settlement.

  Banking
Vessels
Shallops Three
Hand
Skiffs
Two
Hand
Skiffs
Number
Fishermen
Number
Shoremen
 
Ferryland     [Pages 1-13] 5 14 19 7 169 63
Fermuse [Fermeuse]     [Pages 14-17] 1 6 3 4 51 19
Renewse [Renews]     [Pages 18-21] - 9 4 2 53 17
Capeland Bay [Caplin Bay/Calvert]     [Pages 22-23] - 4 1 1 23 10
Cape Broyle     [Pages 24-27] 2 7 - - 46 21
Brigus [South]     [Pages 28-33] - 6 9 16 85 24
Lamaunche [LaManche]     [Page 33 - bottom of page] - - 1 - 3 -
Aquafort      None - - - - - -
Total 8 46 37 30 430 154
  - - - - 154 -
  fishermen & Shoremen 584 -
Ferryland 13th August 1800
Robert Carter Justice Peace

Information in [square brackets] provided by transcriber to clarify contents of original manuscript.

Page contributed by: Kevin Reddigan November 2012

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